Today we had an action-packed day and it started with a confusing start. We had to pack up, but since we are the Subletts we waited to the last minute. We went to breakfast where I had pancakes with bacon. After I ate that, I asked for another pancake, but I never got the extra food. That made me mad because we were running late and I left the hotel hungry. We then drove by the Palace of the Winds. When we got out to take photos we saw some snake charmers. My dad went to pet the snakes but I stayed back. Then we went to Amber Fort which was built in the 16th century. It is a wall that seems like It goes forever and in the middle, is a palace where the wealthy people stayed. To get up we took elephants which was really cool. Me and my mom were on one and my dad and sister were on the other. At first, I was freaked out because the thing we sat on was sliding and I felt like I was going to tip over. The ride got a lot better near the top because it smoothed out and the view in almost every direction was stunning. One end was the city, the other end was the water garden and then behind you was a massive fort/palace. Our family went inside the building and we saw some cool rooms and a toilet that was a hole in the ground. Once we walked down we went to elephant village to see some elephants on the ground. When we got there, we walked around feeding the elephants and also making friends with them. They were all females except for one male that was so much bigger than the females. Its foot was a big as the rim of one of those metal trash bins. It was cool to see that such a big animal was so gentle. We then went on a long drive to a monkey temple. It is a really old temple that is home to monkeys and dogs. When we went to the part of the temple that was a large fountain there were monkeys playing around it. The baby monkey would lay on the edge by the water and wait for another to try to play with it and then try to push it in the water. It never worked but it was really funny to see how they tried to trick them to get them wet. We didn't learn much about the temple we just watched the monkeys play. Some of them even stole water bottles and shoes. It was really cool when we walked up to the top of the temple and saw all of the monkeys. We then we had to get on a plane flight at 7:45 AM. I am very tired but excited for Bhutan. Bye monkeys, and monks, here we come.